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Salve Regina University

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... You can't party or anything unless you're on a sports team which sucks ...Read full comment
... This is only a good fit if you plan on playing a sport if you're a guy, or if you're a girl who likes to hook up with guys who play sports so you...Read full comment
... Unless you know upperclassmen or are part of a sports team, parties are nearly impossible to find ...Read full comment
... Unless you play sports, you will not be included in any parties ...Read full comment
... If you are willing to play a D3 sport then great this is the school for you, the social life here at salve is dependent on whether or not you pla...Read full comment
... Honestly a terrible, terrible school to go to if you do not plan on playing a sport ...Read full comment
... Because the upperclassmen are so spread out around campus, it is so difficult to meet people like you, unless you want to spend every waking min...Read full comment
... It was just big enough of a school that I didn't know EVERYONE, but just small enough so that I could play on two Div III sports teams and be a ...Read full comment
... There are house parties, but they are pretty hard to find if you aren't apart of sports team and if you're a freshman ...Read full comment
... Salve has your typical sports teams; football, baseball, basketball, field hockey, etc ...Read full comment
... The sports teams here dont really get a lot of support and they arent very good ...Read full comment
... Use the free public transportation a lot, it's awesome and it will get you anywhere in Rhode Island at no cost as long as you have your student I...Read full comment
... It is hard to make friends if you are not on a sports team ...Read full comment
... Whether it's classes, extracurriculars, friends, going out etc the University will provide, but you have to put in the effort, and sometimes it t...Read full comment
... By meeting the football team you would think they haven't lost a game in 10 years ...Read full comment
... My advice to the new freshman is to get involved in something whether it may be sports, music, a job on campus, dance, a club, intramurals, or...Read full comment
... Kerri Scroope the soccer and softball coach is a crazy psychotic person, so go to any other school if you play either of those sports because she...Read full comment

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